Thermodynamical properties of ethylene as function of pressure and temperature between 0 and 2500 atmospheres and 25° and 150° C

  • A. Michels
  • S. R. De Groot
  • M. Geldermans


From the data in a previous publication, where these properties were given as function of temperature and density, the values of pressure times volume (PV), energy (U), kinetic energy (K), entropy (S), free energy (F), enthalpy (W), thermodynamic potential (G) and specific heatscP andcV of ethylene have been calculated for round values of temperature and pressure between 25° and 150°C up to 2500 atm.


Entropy Thermodynamical Property Thermodynamical Function Thermodynamic Potential Function Free Energy 
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    A. Michels and M. Geldermans, Physica9, 967, 1942.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    A. Michels, M. Geldermans and S. R. de Groot; Physica12, 105, 1946.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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© The Hague Martinus Nijhoff 1949

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  • A. Michels
  • S. R. De Groot
  • M. Geldermans

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